One entry found for dominate.
Main Entry: dom·i·nate
Pronunciation: primarystressdäm-schwa-secondarystressnamacrt
Function: verb
Inflected Form(s): -nat·ed; -nat·ing
Etymology: derived from Latin dominari "to rule, govern, control," from dominus "master, owner" --related to CONDOMINIUM, DAME, DOMAIN, DOMINION, 2DON
1 : to have a commanding position or controlling power over
2 : to seem to command by rising high above <a volcano dominates the island> <the statue dominates the square>
- dom·i·na·tion /secondarystressdäm-schwa-primarystressnamacr-shschwan/ noun
- dom·i·na·tive /primarystressdäm-schwa-secondarystressnamacrt-iv/ adjective
- dom·i·na·tor /-secondarystressnamacrt-schwar/ noun


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